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tiG Newnan, GA (Zone 8a) I need more help. Have a nice little packet of seeds that came as a gift with others. I can't find anything on what I think it says. Please help. I think it says 'caula salicina' it could be cnula or crula :( does it ring a bell with anyone? long thin seeds.
Dinu Mysore India (Zone 10a) I found just this one in the Google.
Baa could it be Caulanthus? Wild Cabbage
tiG Newnan, GA (Zone 8a) Baa, it's definitely two words, I'm going to keep looking at Dinu's link above and see what else I can find. The word caula starts thistle.
Baa tiG Yes it must be two words but I can't find any reference to salicina as a specific name to Caulanthus, just a guess really
Caule may be a synonym of Crepis, heres a pic of a typical Crepis seed
tiG Newnan, GA (Zone 8a) that's what it appears to be, how did you do that? I tried every search. You guys are good:)
Baa I wish I could tell you tiG. May not be what it is but it will be a similar plant in the Asteraceae family :)
Calalily Deep South Coastal, TX (Zone 10a) Baa is good isn't she TiG?
Baa Thank you Cala (blush) I feel such a fraud! I'd be lost without my plant tomes.
Aimee Georgetown, TX (Zone 8a) Shoot, Baa, I'm lost even with them! The ability to locate information is indeed a gift not to be taken lightly.
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